Michigan approves law to spread toxic, mercury-contaminated coal ash across the state

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    Post Michigan approves law to spread toxic, mercury-contaminated coal ash across the state

    (NaturalNews) New legislation approved by the Michigan House of Representatives would repurpose coal ash produced by power plants as a base for roads across the state, as well as parking lots.The three-bill package would reclassify coal ash and a few other byproducts that are...


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    Great post. Thanks.

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    Well...obama is shutting all the coal plants down, so pretty soon there won't be coal ash left anyway. So the roads in MI will continue to suck as usual and instead of us breathing in toxins from the "coal ash" roadways..it'll be back to murder by ChemTrail.

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